Self-Care – The Trend is Real

May 29, 2020

Many of us are genuinely beginning to miss our appointments at the hair and nail salons. While not quite the same level of pampering provided by the professionals, we can strive to emulate this care level from home.

There are countless guides and tutorials for self-care tips and how-to’s in this day of readily available information on the internet.

How Do Your Nails Look These Days?

Many people can keep up basic nail maintenance at home, but the more advanced techniques are best left to the professionals. However, with some clippers, an emery board, and a buffer, you can bring a shine back to your nails that make you feel like…you.

 If you need some guidance, there are more than a few online videos and guides. Find one you’re comfortable with and have at it.

Keep Those Locks Luscious 

Cutting your hair is not for the faint of heart. Any mistakes made here are harder to make up for, and you end up living with the repercussions for at least a month. However, with a little patience and know-how, you can keep your hair trimmed up and looking fresh when we all return to our offices and public places.

If you have a style that you maintain, there should be many tutorials online you can search for and watch to learn how to freshen your look so that you’re ship-shape.

This could also be an excellent time to try another style if you aren’t comfortable attempting a more complicated cut or finding a technique that you want to try.

Self-Care and Your Mind

Take some time, while you can, to give your mind some love and care. What better time to work a time of relaxation into your daily or weekly routine? How you do this is entirely up to you.

Perhaps you prefer taking some time alone, or spending time with friends and family – the choice is yours. You can meditate, pray, stretch, practice yoga, lay in a pool, tan in the sun, go for a jog, take some time away from your stresses, and improve your mental state.

Since many of us are on the go 24/7, our minds don’t have a moment’s rest. It’s like leaving every program open that you’ve worked on in the last month on your computer; it slows everything down and eventually crashes. Our brains work the same way because they need to take a break to file things away to come back refreshed with a new outlook.

 What kinds of self-care have you added to your home routine?

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The entire staff was very caring. I had my toddler with me and she was a bit rowdy and they gave her crayons with coloring pages and stickers and even a lollipop to help keep her occupied.

Tanya C.

My son scribbled on a piece of paper and handed it to one of the woman in the front, saying that is say how his ears hurt, she accepted it and posted it on the artwork wall, when the PA came in to see him he was made to feel like a big deal because he had known about the paper. This is a place where the staff really cares about their patients and go the extra mile for them

Ron M.

Have been there a few times and hey have always been very fast, kind, courteous and welcoming. Always very helpful especially the front desk. The employee Heather helped me with pharmacy, paperwork and everything I needed help with. Only quick care I go too because of her.

Sapphire B.

I absolutely love our nurse Tiffany. She made our visit so comfortable. I had two very sick little boys who did not want to go to the Dr. She made the at ease in an instant and she took such great care of them. This was at the Quick care on 441 in Ocala Fl. I'll go back to this one because of her. And recommended to all my friends and family. Thanks so much!

Ray L

A Big THANK YOU, to the Staff at Quick Care Med, in Dunnellon!! My Husband was seen, for a couple different ailments, during his visit,, and the Two Practitioners who worked with Him, were AWESOME! They treated my Big, 200 pound, 6 ft. "Baby",, with Respect, Dignity, and Professionalism, and just the right amount of Calming Firmness!! Lol... he's afraid of Needles, and Doctor Offices, in general and I must say, that GWEN, & DEBBIE, were very good to him! Prices for services rendered, were ve

Cindy J.

Great sweet people

Myranda W

I was there yesterday and I've never felt so shocked. The 3 girls I interacted with were the most pleasant and friendly caregivers I've ever dealt with. Idr the rep's name, but she was quick and prompt at taking all my info and with minimal Qs (kinda hard to answer when I have a cold), then Alexis took over. Very sympathetic, nice, and helpful. Then the physician saw me and was charismatic and very funny. Trying to keep me in good spirits. It was like all 3 were happy to be at their posts and to

Julio R

Anytime, we've ever been there, all of the physicians are very caring and helpful, they don't rush or make you feel unimportant... I wish we could have them as our GP

Di C.

Very friendly,professional. Very caring of patients.Victoria was excellent. Took time to listen and made you feel comfortable.

Breonna S

We had Zaib Kahn as the provider and NEVER have I seen such a good bedside manner, as they call it! AND he personally called this a.m. to ask how my husband is feeling! (The pharmacy was closed when we left the ofc., and they asked us to allow until 11 to pick up the RXs, but that's NOT YOUR fault ;D I'm thrilled w/ Mr. Kahn's service and may well use your clinic for ALL my medical needs!!!! THANK YOU

Frank R

Professional staff, caring and organized. Prompt service for DOT related visits.

John S

The absolute BEST! Everyone here is so nice! We've had to come in a few times & they've always taken great care of us. We're usually out within 20-30 min. All the girls up front are very nice & helpful (you don't find that too often), so is the girl that takes your vitals. Dr B is the amazing! He takes his time to listen to what's wrong & always has a big smile. If we could have this office as our primary care location we would

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